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Old 17-10-2016, 07:56 PM   #1
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DiRty matte black wheels

Just wondered what people use to keep matte black wheels clean?
Any body used like a clear coat lacquer?
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I use the sonax nano spray, works great
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Cheers Chris,
i'll google it and have a look at it,
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I use chemical guys diablo, its designed for all sorts of wheel paints and surfaces, vinyl ect and dousnt take much scrubbing so wont scratch the mat finish

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Thanks for the replies, going to get them ceramic coated so they'll be easier to keep clean.
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Thanks for the replies, going to get them ceramic coated so they'll be easier to keep clean.
Douse that mean you will have to get them painted again

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No mate, there brand new wheels just need to be cleaned then a ceramic coating put on them, I like the wheels but there a nightmare to keep clean.......
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